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Bio-engineering project increases habitat and reduces erosion

Click on this link to see the completed-project-fact-sheet-bissell-brook for details on this large wood addition project in North Stratford, New Hampshire.

20th annual Source to Sea Cleanup a Success: Rivers Staying Cleaner

Greenfield, MA— The 410+ mile long Connecticut River and nearby rivers and streams are cleaner thanks to thousands of hard working volunteers. On Friday &

Hard work, Real Fun: Source to Sea Cleanup Celebrates 20 Years of Cleaner Rivers

Hard work, Real Fun: Source to Sea Cleanup Celebrates 20 Years of Cleaner Rivers   Greenfield, MA – The Connecticut River Watershed Council’s (CRWC) 20th

20 Years of Cleaner Rivers – Infographic

For 20 years CRWC's amazing Source to Sea Cleanup volunteers have been cleaning up our rivers. So what's been accomplished in that time? Lots! Save

Local Source to Sea River Cleanups Keep Oceans Cleaner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Local Source to Sea River Cleanups Keep Oceans Cleaner Greenfield, MA – Would you box up your trash and ship it to

Targeting Solutions to Trash Pollution: Watershed Council aims to put itself out of the river cleanup business

Targeting Solutions to Trash Pollution Watershed Council aims to put itself out of the river cleanup business   Greenfield, MA – The Connecticut River Watershed

Annual Source to Sea River Cleanup Helps Area Businesses Invest in Cleaner Rivers & Communities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:                                                                            Angela Mrozinski, CRWC Outreach & Events Director amrozinski@ctriver.org, 413-772-2020 ext.204   Alicea Charamut, CRWC Lower River Steward acharamut@ctriver.org,

New England’s Largest River Cleanup Celebrates 20 Years

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:                                                                            Angela Mrozinski, CRWC Outreach & Events Director amrozinski@ctriver.org, 413-772-2020 ext.204   Alicea Charamut, CRWC Lower River Steward acharamut@ctriver.org,

CRWC comments on draft indirect discharge permit for Grafton Village Cheese Co.

To: Bryan Harrington                                                                                      July 25, 2016 From: David L. Deen River Steward for the Connecticut River Watershed Council Re: Indirect Discharge permit 9-0055 for Grafton

RAPS-not a new slang word

An important statewide, intense, and lengthy process to protect the waters of Vermont just ended. It started 18 months ago with the passage of Act